Adding another exciting chapter to their impressive resume, worldwide acclaimed, Grammy® Award-winning duo The Chainsmokers teams up with fellow US artist Cheyenne Giles for the club ready single “Make Me Feel.” It’s a fresh dive into contemporary house music, as the guys lay down a sultry groove, rich in percussion and spacious sound effects, reminiscing an oldschool 90’s sound with flashy synth stabs and vintage vocal samples. Catch their fresh 2023 mood, as “Make Me Feel” is out now on Musical Freedom.

In a wave of hit success since the mid-10’s, globally chart-topping artist/producer duo The Chainsmokers has enriched the ever expanding electronic music scene with timeless anthems like “Closer,” “Something Just Like This,” “Roses” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” While racking up billions of streams, the duo blurred the lines between indie, progressive and pop, continuously adding unimagined accents to their signature sound. 

“Make Me Feel” sees them return to the dance floor in a most resounding fashion, teaming up with friend and fellow US tastemaker Cheyenne Giles. Praised for his big room bounce sound, he was eagerly signed by Tiësto in 2019 for his Musical Freedom label, since then dropping club favorites like “DVNCEFLOOR,” “Jump Around,” “Non Stop” and “Heat.” 

Together, the guys deliver a vintage piece of house music with “Make Me Feel,” blending an oldschool quality with strong contemporary electronic vibes. It’s a tune that builds momentum with a raw, four-to-the-floor rhythm, bursting of those deep, bouncy beats Cheyenne Giles is famed for. When the groove thickens, the song drops into a radiant beat, highlighted by mesmerizing horns and snappy vocal samples, unleashing a chorus that reminisces a classic 90’s sound, now accompanied by thrilling bass chords to take the mood sky high.

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The result is a destined club weapon, sure to let the sweat drip from the walls, resembling a powerful next step for The Chainsmokers and friend Cheyenne Giles into deeper club territory. Already supported by the likes of Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Mike Williams and Lucas & Steve, “Make Me Feel” has all the signs of a 2023 favorite, sure to highlight the world’s dance floors anytime soon.